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Best Parks, Trails and Places in Victoria, BC, Canada

Devonian Regional Park is a 15.8 hectare park with a walking trail which explores a forest of trees while following Sherwood Creek before it connects to a rocky beach.
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Happy Valley Road
Emily Carr House is the childhood home of Emily Carr (1871 to 1945 ) who was a famous Canadian writer and artist. The home is located in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada on Vancouver Island and is recognized as a Provincial and National Historic Site of Canada.
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207 Government Street
Cadboro-Gyro Park is an oceanside park in the district of Saanich, a municipality in the Greater Victoria regional district. The park is known for its unique climbing sculptures, sandy beach with boat launch, picnic area and tennis courts. It is ideal for families, picnics and swimming.
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Sinclair Street
Cadboro Bay Village
Oak Bay's Willows Beach may be the most popular beach in the Victoria, BC region on Vancouver Island. Located in Oak Bay which is northeast of the City of Victoria, the white sandy beach measures about 1.2 hectares in size and includes change rooms, toilets, day use picnic sites, concession
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Dalhousie Drive
Dallas Road is a sightseeing walking route located along the waterfront of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada on Vancouver Island.
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Dallas Road
Oak Bay's Uplands Park enjoys a series of walking trails, beach access points, boat ramps, memorial, cairn, sightseeing benches, scenic driving route, picnic area and parking area
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Dorset Road
The highlights of the summit park are the wildflower fields, the birding opportunities and the far reaching views from the summit overlooking Haro Strait and the San Juan Islands, The Gulf Islands, Mt. Baker and the City of Sidney.
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Brookleigh Road
National Geographic IMAX Theatre is a large scale attraction located in the City of Victoria, British Columbia, (B.C.), Canada on Vancouver Island.
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675 Belleville St
Sidney Spit of the Gulf Islands National Park Reserve is a long sand bar and marine park measuring over 223 hectares (551 acres) of foreshore and over 177 hectares (437 acres) of upland landscape highlighted by a seamlessly endless white sandy beach.
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The Royal British Columbia Museum is home to temporary exhibits on loan from far away places and permanent exhibits like the First Nations Gallery, the Natural History Gallery and the Modern Era Gallery.
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Government St
Glencoe Cove-Kwatsech Park is located east of Victoria, BC in the quiet neighborhood of Gordon Head. The park is perfect for a picnic on the rocky cliffs which overlook Haro Strait and the San Juan Islands. If you are lucky you may se a whale, if not, you are guaranteed to see at least one seagull!
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Gordon Point Drive, Victoria, BC V8N 6L3
Victoria BC (Gordon Head Community)
Rithet's Bog Conservation Area is a natural park and nature sanctuary with a 3.2-kilometer walking trail loop. It is the last remaining peat bog on Victoria's Saanich Peninsula.
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4461 Chatterton Way, Victoria, British Columbia
Francis/King Regional Park is a 107.33 hectares nature and activity park located in the community of Saanich, BC north of Victoria, BC on Vancouver Island, Canada.
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Munn Road
The Legislative Assembly of British Columbia Canada Parliament Buildings are located on the front yard of the Inner Harbour in the downtown core in the City of Victoria, British Columbia (B.C) on Vancouver Island. Victoria, British Columbia, Canada is the Capital City of the province.
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Belleville Street
The regional park is located on the southern tip of Vancouver Island and is recognized as a protected birding refuge and sanctuary. Birds often stop in the park as a resting and feeding destination during their long migrations.
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